Telehealth Physical Therapy in New york
What is Telehealth Physical Therapy?
Telemedicine is the the practice of offering healthcare through digital communication. Patients are able to schedule appointments with their physicians (whether it be in the physical therapy practice or otherwise) and then communicate with them via phone call or video chat. Services that can be provided through telehealth include information pertaining to your condition, an assessment of your current symptoms if you're suffering from a condition/injury, and instruction on how to perform at-home treatments in your current living space.
Unfortunately, due to the ongoing pandemic that is presently sweeping the country (especially here in New York) telemedicine has now become a crucial service that is being offered to patients who require medical attention.
Physical therapy is no exception, which is why Llin PT is proud to announce that we are now offering patients telehealth physical therapy in New York.
Physical therapy is proven to increase health and pain relief to all different parts of your body. At LLIN Physical Therapy, we give our patients dozens of exercises to help to benefit their bodies and target their pain concerns. There are actually many exercises that you can do on your own at home. If you’re feeling pain in any of these areas, these exercises are a great way to target them and feel some relief!
Exercises For Knee Pain
If you experience any knee pain, these exercises may be beneficial to you. Knee issues may include a hard time balancing, sharp knee pain, pain when you move your leg. If you have any of these symptoms, these may work for you!
Quadriceps Stretch- Stand straight with both feet on the ground. Next, Bend one leg towards your back and hold it with the corresponding hand. Hold for 10 seconds, then switch to the other side.
Half Squat- Stand with your feet about a foot apart. Keep your back straight and sit into a squatting position. Hold this stretch for 15 seconds.
Leg Extensions- Sit in a chair with your feet on the ground. Next, straighten one leg and then put it back down. Do this as many times as you can for each leg.
Exercises For Hip Pain
Hip pain is very common and can be extremely painful. These exercises target your hips and not only stretch them but they can also strengthen your hips!
Side Leg Raises- Lay down on your side with your legs straight out. Lift the leg that is closest to the ceiling as far as you can and put it back down. Do this as many times as you can on each side.
Glute Lifts- Lay on your stomach with both legs straight. Lift one leg straight towards the ceiling as far as you can.
Hamstring Curl- Stand straight with both feet on the ground. Curl one leg backward at the knee, bringing your foot towards the ceiling.
Exercises For Your Shoulders
Just like hip pain, shoulder pain is very common. It can be caused by many day-to-day activities or even just bad posture. These shoulder exercises can help relieve this pain if they are done often:
Superman- This exercise is done laying on your stomach. Its name comes from the position of your body, it looks as if you’re flying like superman. From this position, you will lift your arms and legs while keeping your stomach planted on the ground.
Scapular Rotation- Stand straight and without shrugging your shoulders, lift your arm at a 45-degree angle and lift as high as you can without moving your shoulders.
Shoulder Tap- Get into a push-up position. You will stay with your arms straight and instead of pushing up and down, you will tap your left hand to your right shoulder. Repeat for both sides 10 times each.
Telehealth Physical Therapy in New York
These at-home exercises can be very helpful in reducing pain overtime but often, when the pain is severe, you may need more help to relieve it. Llin Physical Therapy is here to help! We work with patients every day to figure out ways to reduce their pain. Everyone's pain is unique which is why we work with patients one-on-one. Contact us to learn more about our services!
Can a hip injury cause back pain?
Have you recently suffered from a hip injury? Have you been suffering from back pain or back problems? Did you ever consider that your back pain could be a result of your hip injury? To help ease and alleviate the pain, you should consider physical therapy. If you live in the New York City area, and you are considering telehealth Physical Therapy in New York, then we encourage you to give Llin Physical Therapy a call at 917-710-1413. Our team is well equipped and experienced to assist to alleviate your back pain that could be a result of past hip injuries.
Your hips and back are close to each other and due to their close location on the body, they share some muscles and nerves when being exerted.
The pelvis and the lumbar spine are connected and function together to help you do everyday tasks. An injury to one area can easily affect the other thereby causing pain and discomfort.
Hip injuries are common. They can happen to anyone, because of how much we use the hip everyday to help us move around and complete daily activities. Some hip injuries are natural because the hip becomes overused or wears down over time and causes discomfort.
Hip injuries can occur no matter what age or your athletic ability. Some common injuries can include:
How Hip Injuries Can Cause Back Pain
Having any type of hip injury can affect the rest of your body, specifically your back. Hip injuries can cause back pain because of the muscles, nerves, and ligaments that connect the two.
The gluteal muscles connect the hip bone to the lower back, and are located in your upper buttock. When these muscles work together and become overused, it can result in injury and lead to back pain.
Hip injuries can also lead to walking in differently and that change may affect your back, as well. A change in gait can ultimately lead to bad posture, pain, and leave long lasting effects on your body, even after you have healed from your hip injury.
There are various ways you can treat hip injuries so that they can help resolve or even prevent back injuries. Most importantly, our doctors for pain management will advise a short period of bed rest.
Other options for treatment include:
Over the counter painkillers
How Can LLIN Telehealth Physical Therapy in New York Help?
Hip injuries can be a common occurrence, but that should not keep you from doing the things that you love. If you are seeking telehealth Physical Therapy in New York, contact us at Llin Physical Therapy. Our team can assess the problem, and develop a custom treatment plan that is the best for you and will be able to alleviate the back pain.
Maurizio LLin - Lead Physical Therapist
Maurizio is the Founder of Llin Physical Therapy. He has a doctorate in physical therapy and is a Level 1 Sports Performance Coach through USA Weightlifting. He specializes in sports medicine/orthopedics with a focus on shoulder, hip, and knee injuries.
As a sports enthusiast all his life, Maurizio is no stranger to injury and physical therapy. Through his past experiences as a patient, Maurizio now strives to deliver quality, one on one care with empathy and passion. He stays on top of the
most cutting edge knowledge by regularly attending HSS, NYU, and Northwell lectures throughout NYC and Long Island.
Maurizio has been a physical therapist for the leading Broadway shows Avenue Q and Once on This Island; the stand-by PT for TV’s Quantico, and countless high school and collegiate athletes. He has also appeared on Eyewitness News demonstrating exercises to benefit marathon runners as well as a guest speaker on Yeshiva University’s sports physical therapy panel. As part of his practice, he continues to see his patients via his wellness program which emphasizes strength and conditioning once they complete their rehab.
In order to better accommodate the needs of his patients, Maurizio is now offering telemedicine physical therapy in New York. The best part about telemedicine is that if you need physical therapy, you can be reached from anywhere.
Please contact him by filling out the form below if you're interested in scheduling an appointment for telemedicine physical therapy in New York.
171 E 74th Street
New York, NY 10021
Tel: 917 710 1413